Laura Mary Zantua | 1924 - 2007 | Guest Book

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Laura Mary Zantua

October 29, 1924 - December 01, 2007

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Patty Piva of Lakewood, Wash

December 10, 2007

I am so sorry to hear about your
mother. I know she will be greatly
missed by all.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Angel
gladys bodyfelt of Puyallup, Wa

December 08, 2007

My privilage of meeting you, talking with you and sharing all your knowledge has been an inspiration in my life. You always had a nice word about whomever we spoke about along with your smile. It was very obvious that all your families thought so much of you.
Thank you for being such a sweet person.

Julian Argel of Seattle, Washington

December 07, 2007

My dear auntie Laura:

Thank you for babysitting me and being my favorite aunt. I appreciate you in my life and that you gave me such beautiful set of cousins. I do miss you.

Your nephew,
with love,
Julian

Martha Laronal of Tacoma, WA

December 07, 2007

My heart goes out to my family, the Zantuas. Now Auntie is reunited with her husband, her mother, her father, her sisters and her son. She may now rest in peace and in joy.

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Rosi and Zack Castellano of Tacoma, WA

December 06, 2007

We're so glad we got to celebrate Auntie Laura's birthday with her and all of the Zantua's recently. Our condolences and deepest sympathy to all of her family.

Angel
Roman Aguillon of Tacoma washington

December 06, 2007

I have shared many conversations through out the years with Laura. her big smile and bright mind will always be in my heart.
my deepest sympathies go out to the Zantua family.
Laura is graced with all the love from all of you.
I will keep her in my heart forever and knowing she will be greeting me at heavens door with her beutiful smile and loving arms
will help me to be a better person

God bless Laura and all of her family they will always be in my prayers

Roman Aguillon and Family

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Steve Sarandos of Gig Harbor, Wa.

December 05, 2007

I first met "Ma Z" in 1966 when John and I were in basic training at Ft Lewis. My parents and Johns would come on Sundays for lunch. She was like a Mom to all of us. Thats why she got the nickname "Ma Z". I got to know the family after John and I got back from Vietnam. I would always ask Phillip how she was. Once you met her,you never forgot her. She will be missed.

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Toni Aulerich of Lakewood, WA

December 04, 2007

I remember being in school when the Zantua and Aulerich kids were the only "non-white" kids. I grew up knowing the Zantua kids, and how we were good friends, especially Phil, John and Emelie. When I moved back here 8 years ago I asked my mom, "Does Mrs. Zantua still live in her house?" I send my deepest of sympathy to your family and may the Lord bring peace to your mother.

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Lorna Dawson (McKenna) of Tacoma, WA

December 04, 2007

I worked with Laura in the early 80's in the City Clerk's office when I had a temp 6 month job. She made me laugh and feel less nervous in my new job, would tell me "not to worry about it" if I messed up on something. It's funny that I started thinking about her a couple weeks ago and wondering how she was doing. Some people you just don't forget. My sympathies to the family and God bless you all.

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